October 31, 2011
en fr
Using controlled deliveries to combat wildlife crime

Photo by RoseBox on Unsplash

Controlled delivery allows illicit or suspect consignments to pass out of, through, or into, the territory of one or more countries, with the knowledge of, and under the supervision of competent authorities. Th e technique has rarely been used to combat wildlife crime, although it is widely used - and with good results - to combat other areas of crime such as the illegal or illicit trade in drugs, precursor chemicals, and tobacco. Two recent cases where controlled delivery has been used to successfully combat wildlife traffi cking are highlighted in this article.

To access the full text please

Comments ()

Forgot password?

* Mandatory fields

By signing up you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Password reset

Check your e-mail, we sent you a link to reset your password.

Login with Google Login with LinkedIn

Contact us

Thank you for report
Maximum file size 6mb
File is too large